Meet Tulip! And no, it’s not just another typical ultra-modern bike… or trike rather… that was developed conceptually in two nights at Wacom. What it is is a system that is designed for those consumers who don’t just want to buy the newest and latest thing, but those who are conscious about themselves and the environment around them. You’re not just purchasing a vehicle, you’re buying what’s good for YOU. For example, say you’re riding off road, in that scenario better suspension would be needed. If you were to use Tulip within a family all you would need is an extra seat and more safety precautions / protection. This design was also created with in mind being extremely customizable to the consumer, which seems to be a trend that is picking up when it comes to the gadget world.

The moral of the story is never invest in something or a product because it almost matches your needs and wants… buy EXACTLY what you need and whenever you need it. There should never be an instance where you’re at the Honda motorcycle dealership with a bunch of different types of bikes and parts for sale, both used and new, and you decide that blue one is OK, so you decide to get it. Stop, take a moment and list all of the things you need, and perhaps that’s an easier way to find a brand that will match your needs.  That is exactly what Tulip stands for!

Designer: Ognyan Bozhilov

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